Deception Point

People for Safe Vaccines in Australia has prepared a damning new report and analysis.

Spin is used in politics and marketing to paint the picture they want, to get the outcome they desire. Used car salespeople got their reputation from doing this well. It’s the buyer’s remorse that inevitably comes back to haunt them.

People for Safe Vaccines has been following the covid narrative from the beginning:

  • Because human rights matter, and when these are violated, we are driven to act.

  • To protect those rights from violations and abuses no matter the subject - racism, sexism, violence or bodily autonomy.

  • Never in this lifetime and in this country have such violations been so common and widespread as they have been these past two and a half years…

…and all executed in the name of public health and safety.

As a researcher and data analyst, it is my role to find the truth. In an ocean of misinformation, half-truths and lies, the truth is often hard to discern, forcing people to pick a narrative and put their faith in it. I, however, am not easily convinced that because something appears a certain way, it is.

In our analysis to-date, including the recent analysis of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) report on 'Australia's Health 2022: data insights', we uncover errors and inaccuracies which deceive the public, and which ultimately convince them to submit to demands to give up their bodily autonomy.

These errors and inaccuracies include:

  • The RT-PCR tests are known to be inaccurate by almost 100% when they are used at a cycle threshold (Ct) above 35. They are routinely used at Ct of 40 and above. In fact, the RT-PCR test should never be used to diagnose infectious disease, because it cannot detect infectivity.